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Cassandra. And they all fall down. By Julie Hodgson
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When Cassandra was just six years old she attacked a classmate in a frenzy of violence that left him hospitalized for three months, forcing the family to move to Garden City for a fresh start. She... More > was treated for ADD, but now, as her sixteen birthday approaches, Dr. Sommer wants her to come off her meds. She has learned to channel her energy into running and, apart from the nightmares and the constant itching of the backs of her hands, she has had no further symptoms. Dr. Somner is confident that everything will be absolutely fine. But is she?< Less
Jodie och bibliotekskortet By Julie Hodgson
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Jodie Broom är 12 år (nästan 13!) och hon är som de flesta tjejer i sin egen ålder. Hon gillar sina vänner, musik, och är alltid öppen för äventyr.... More > Men allra bäst tycker hon om böcker. Hon slukar dem, läser och samlar på allt som kan stilla hennes hunger efter bra berättelser, fakta och historia. Men Jodie lever år 2075 och mer än 50 år har passerat sedan böcker och papper förbjöds. Det är en tid när ingen får äga en tryckt bok, eller ens ett fotografi. I den här e-världen simuleras det mesta, allt från rekonstruerad mat till stadens djurpark som bara visar filmer på världens utrotade arter. Med hjälp av skolans bibliotekskort kan Jodie resa i tiden. Jodie upptäcker att hon och vännerna kan uppleva spännande historiska ögonblick och träffa legendariska personer. Dessutom kan hon leta rätt på värdefulla böcker och smuggla hem dem till sin egen tid, där hon gömmer boksamlingen på ett hemligt ställe.< Less
Jodie and The Library Card By Julie Hodgson
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Jodie Broom, a 12-year-old girl (almost 13!), is like most girls her age. She loves her friends, music, and is always up for a good adventure. What she treasures above all else are books and she is... More > consumed by them, reading and collecting whatever she can to satisfy her voracious appetite for stories, facts, and history. But Jodie lives in the year 2075, and more than fifty years have passed since the banning of books and paper; it's a time when no one can own a printed book, or even print photographs. In this E-world, experiences are largely simulated, from the reconstituted food to the zoo that only shows films of all the extinct species. With her student library card, which gives her the ability to time travel, Jodie discovers that she and her friends can experience historical events and meet legendary characters, and can also find and bring home her precious books to keep safe in her secret hiding place.< Less
Jodie and the library card By Julie Hodgson
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Jodie Broom, a 12-year-old girl (almost 13!), is like most girls her age. She loves her friends, music, and is always up for a good adventure. What she treasures above all else are books and she is... More > consumed by them, reading and collecting whatever she can to satisfy her voracious appetite for stories, facts, and history. But Jodie lives in the year 2075, and more than fifty years have passed since the banning of books and paper; it’s a time when no one can own a printed book, or even print photographs. In this E-world, experiences are largely simulated, from the reconstituted food to the zoo that only shows films of all the extinct species. With her student library card, which gives her the ability to time travel, Jodie discovers that she and her friends can experience historical events and meet legendary characters, and can also find and bring home her precious books to keep safe in her secret hiding place.< Less